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Terms

 

Norrower term:

  • Motion picture plays – Production and direction
  • Motion pictures – Art direction
  • Motion pictures – Art direction – Vocational guidance
  • Motion pictures – Casting
  • Motion pictures – Direction
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction – Addresses, essays, lectures
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction – Asia, Southeastern
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction – Biography
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction – Congresses
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction – Dictionaries
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction – Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Motion pictures – Production and direction – United States
  • Radio – Production and direction
  • Television – Art direction
  • Television – Production and direction
  • Television – Production and direction – Data processing
  • Television – Production and direction – Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Television – Production and direction – Philippines
  • Television – Production and direction – Technological innovations
  • Television programs – Casting
  • Video recordings – Production and direction – Data processing
  • Video recordings – Production and direction – Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Video recordings – Production and direction – Philippines

Related Terms    :   

  • Blocking (Motion pictures, televisions, etc.)
  • Continuity ( Motion pictures, television, etc.)
  • Coproduction (Motion pictures, television, etc.)
  • Electronic moviemaking
  • Motion picture direction
  • Motion picture production
  • Radio direction
  • Storyboards
  • Television direction
  • Television producers and directors
  • Television production
  • Video direction
  • Video production

 

 

Title

Film, Television and Radio Production

Scope Note

Film Production – the term applies to the three areas of activity that go into the making of a motion picture : preproduction, shooting, and post production. (Source: The complete film dictionary, Ira Konigsberg. PN 1993.45 K66 1989 Information-Reference, 2nd floor)

Television Production – techniques used to create a television program. It involves developing a script, creating a budget, hiring creative talent, designing a set, and rehearsing lines before filming takes place. After filming, the post-production process may include video editing and the addition of sound, music, and optical effects. (Source: Encarta Encyclopedia CD-ROM, AE 5 E49 1997 Instructional Media Services, 2nd floor)

Radio Production – techniques used to create all audio production including, jingles, voice talent, commercials, sound design, audio media duplication, copywriting, studio, voiceovers, scriptwriting, casting, and music. (Source :The technique of radio production, Mcleish Robert. PN 1991.75 M3 1978 Circulation, 3rd floor)

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